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Douglas Countians celebrate National Day of Prayer
May 08, 2013 02:06 PM | 1407 views | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Ned Fowler welcomes everyone to the National Day of Prayer Observance at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Ned Fowler welcomes everyone to the National Day of Prayer Observance at the Douglas County Courthouse.
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Staff / Katherine Frye<br>Joe Fowler, center, surrounded by residents, says a prayer during the event.
Staff / Katherine Frye
Joe Fowler, center, surrounded by residents, says a prayer during the event.
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Douglasville Police Chief Chris Womack discusses the National Day of Prayer on the steps of the courthouse.
Douglasville Police Chief Chris Womack discusses the National Day of Prayer on the steps of the courthouse.
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Staff / Katherine Frye<br>From left, Joann Gardner and Betty Brantley, both of Douglasville, enjoy the National Day of Prayer Observance at the Douglas County Courthouse last week.
Staff / Katherine Frye
From left, Joann Gardner and Betty Brantley, both of Douglasville, enjoy the National Day of Prayer Observance at the Douglas County Courthouse last week.
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Staff / Katherine Frye<br>Leann Griffin and her sons, Joshua, 4, left, and Caleb, 6, right, all of Douglasville, attend the National Day of Prayer Observance at the Douglas County Courthouse.
Staff / Katherine Frye
Leann Griffin and her sons, Joshua, 4, left, and Caleb, 6, right, all of Douglasville, attend the National Day of Prayer Observance at the Douglas County Courthouse.
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Douglas County residents took part in a National Day of Prayer Observance last week at the Douglas County Courthouse in Douglasville.

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